Perfect EPA:DHA ratio

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  Monday, 02 May 2022
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Hi to all. I am fairly new to this software. I have been cooking for my dogs for some time now and tried to balance one of my recipes today. Everything went fine after a few tries, but thing that I just can`t solve is EPA:DHA. I just can`t achieve green stripe. I tried different combinations of oils (olive, omega 3, canola, cod fish), my recipe also contains pork, beef liver and salmon. Any insight to what may be the issue? Thanks!
Sorry for any misspelling, English is not my mother’s tongue.
5 months ago
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Hello Petja. Try unchecking each ingredient one by one to see where the EPA:DHA needle falls.
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Hello Petja. Try unchecking each ingredient one by one to see where the EPA:DHA needle falls.
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Ok, thank you. It´s clearer now, I managed it. :)
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Great to hear Petja.
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